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Bates Bobcats
Bates-bobcats-logo.jpg
UniversityBates College
ConferenceNew England Small College Athletic Conference
NCAA
Athletic directorJason Fein (2017-present)[1]
LocationLewiston, Maine
Varsity teams16 men's; 16 women's
Football stadiumGarcelon Field
Basketball arenaAlumni Gymnasium
Baseball stadiumLeahey Baseball Field
Softball stadiumLafayette Street Pitch
Soccer stadiumRussell Street Field
Lacrosse stadiumCampus Avenue Field
Other arenasMerrill Gymnasium
MascotBobcat
Nickname'Cats
Colors     Garnet
Websiteathletics.bates.edu

The Bates Bobcats are the athletic teams of Bates College largely based in Lewiston, Maine and the surrounding areas. The college's official mascot has been the bobcat since 1924, and maintains garnet as its official color. The school sponsors 32 varsity sports (16 men's, 16 women's), most of which compete in the Division III New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC). The school's men's and women's ski teams and men's and women's squash teams compete in Division I. Bates has rivalries with Princeton in Squash and Dartmouth in Skiing and selected hockey bouts. The college also competes with its Maine rivals Bowdoin and Colby in the Colby-Bates-Bowdoin Consortium (CBB). This is one of the oldest football rivalries in the United States. This consortium is a series of historically highly competitive football games ending in the championship game between the three schools. Bates has won this championship at total of twelve times including 2014, 2015, and in 2016 beat Bowdoin 24–7 after their 21–19 abroad victory over Colby.[2][3] Bates is currently the holder of the winning streak, and has the record for biggest victory in the athletic conference with a 51-0 shutout of Colby College. The three colleges also contest the Colby-Bates-Bowdoin Chase Regatta. The college is the all-time leader of the Chase Regatta with a total of 14 composite wins, followed by Colby's 5 wins, concluded with Bowdoin's 2 wins.

The Bates football, lacrosse, track & field, running, soccer, and frisbee teams all practice and compete on Garcelon Field.
The Bates football, lacrosse, track & field, running, soccer, and frisbee teams all practice and compete on Garcelon Field.

Bates maintains 31 varsity teams, and 9 club teams, including sailing, cycling, ice hockey, rugby, and water polo.[4] According to U.S. Rowing, the Women's Rowing Team is ranked first in the NESCAC, and first overall in NCAA Division III Rowing, as of 2016.[5][6] In April 2005, the college's athletic program was ranked in the top 5% of national athletics programs.[7] As of 2018, the college has graduated a total of 12 Olympians, one of whom won the Olympic Gold Medal rowing for Canada.[8] The Bobcats have broken records on the state, regional and national level. In the 2015 season, the women's rowing team was the most decorated rowing team in collegiate racing while also being the first to sweep every major rowing competition in its athletic conference in the history of Division III athletics. The ice hockey team is the first team to win the NESCAC Club Ice Hockey Championships four times in a row. In 2015, the men's rowing team had the fastest ascension in rankings of any sport in its athletic conference and was named the NESCAC Rowing Champion.[9] Bates has the 5th highest NESCAC title hold, and holds the top titles in women's and men's rowing. Bates follows Bowdoin's 30 NESCAC titles with its 16, and its followed by Colby's 9 titles.

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For the past eight years, the Bates Football team ran a triple option offense. And that run-heavy scheme had its moments, including a winning season in 2012. But with new head coach Malik Hall arriving this fall, comes a new offense, and it could not be more different. Things are looking up: The air raid is coming to Lewiston. [Marcus Ross ‘19, Wide Receiver] "I was very excited to hear that we were going to be running the air raid, I mean, three years of running the triple, you know you kind of get lulled to sleep blocking on the edge, so when I heard we were going to run the air raid I was super excited, super excited to make some great catches and run some great routes" You can probably already guess from the air raid's name what it entails. [Brendan Costa]: “Throw, throw, throw.” It's a little more complicated than that and this is where new offensive coordinator, Custavious Patterson comes in He traveled the country while coaching at Fordham, learning about the offense from other coaches But a chance encounter at the NFL Combine with the godfather of the air raid current Washington State head coach Mike Leach, sticks in his mind. [Custavious Patterson]: “So I was coming in to the restroom, he was going out, and I said ‘holy crap coach Leach, I’d like to talk you!’ and I was in such a rush, he was like, take your time, go use the restroom and I’ll be right here when you come back. So I gave him my resume, I gave him my coaching manual and, sure enough, the guy was right there. And he spent the hour with us at the combine just talking, I still remember it like it was yesterday. Patterson's hunger for learning matches well with his new disciples at Bates, including sophomore quarterback Brenda Costa. [Costa]: “Oh he’s awesome, he’s really made me a better quarterback than what I’ve been in the past. He’s taught me a lot about coverages and all that, a lot more stuff that I thought I already knew but I didn’t know much about, so he’s been awesome, taking me under his wing and teaching me his offense.” The air raid is adaptable to pretty much every type of personnel and skill set. But the Bobcats have only had a few weeks to implement the offense before Saturday's opener with Amherst. [Patterson]: “They’ve adjusted pretty fast, I remember being at Fordham my first few years doing this, and we led the nation in total offense when I was down there, I remember it took them a little longer to catch on but these kids here are like geniuses they've caught on and acclimated really, really fast. We have a few things we have to clean up with them, but they’re on it.” If you like excitement this year's team looks to deliver it on a daily basis. Coach Hall calls it "bringing the juice" [Coach Hall: WHO GOT THAT JUICE?!?] [BOBCATS: I GOT THAT JUICE!] [Coach Hall: Alright, just checking!] and his players can't wait to bring it every week against their NESCAC foes. Ross: “I’m looking forward to them being surprised, I’m really looking forward for them not to know what hit 'em in the mouth. And that’s all I’ve got to say about that.”

Contents

Men's sports

Men's football

The men's football team competes in the Division III New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC). The football team is led by head coach, Mark Harriman, who is jointly serving as the assistant director of athletics.[10]

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2016 CBB Championship Bates won with a 24-7 win over Bowdoin, after their 29-19 victory over Colby. Won [11]
2015 CBB Championship Bates won with a 31–0 win over Bowdoin, after their 10-9 overtime home victory over Colby. Won [12]
2014 CBB Championship Bates won with a 10-7 win over Bowdoin, after their 34-28 win over Colby. Won [13]
2012 CBB Championship Bates won with a 14-6 win over Bowdoin, after their 31-6 win over Colby. Won [14]
2002 CBB Championship Bates won with a 48-28 win over Bowdoin after their 19-14 win over Colby. Won [14]
1999 CBB Championship Bates won with a 38-7 win over Bowdoin after an overtime victory of 20-17 with Colby. Won [14]
1986 CBB Championship Bates won with 36-0 shutout over Bowdoin, after a 21-6 win over Colby. Won [14]
1981 CBB Championship Bates won with a 23-1 win over Bowdoin after their 10-6 win over Colby. Won [14]
1978 CBB Championship Bates won with a 24-14 win over Bowdoin after their 27-20 win over Colby. Won [14]
1974 CBB Championship Bates won with an 18-7 win over Bowdoin after a 16-14 victory over Colby. Won [14]
1970 CBB Championship Bates won with a 21-3 win over Bowdoin after a 14-7 win over Colby. Won [14]
1968 CBB Championship Bates won with a 41-14 win over Bowdoin after a 28-12 victory over Colby. Won [14]
1967 CBB Championship Bates won with a 38-24 victory over Bowdoin after a 38-14 win over Colby. Won [14]
1966 CBB Championship Bates won with a 35-13 win over Bowdoin, after a win over 28-7 Colby. Won [14]
1956 Maine State Series Bates won five straight games to capture the state title. Won [15]

The Bobcats played Toledo in the 1946 Glass Bowl, losing 21–12.[16]

Men's basketball

The college's main basketball courts are located in Alumni Gymnasium(pictured).
The college's main basketball courts are located in Alumni Gymnasium(pictured).

Bates College's men's basketball team is led by head coach Jon Furbush, and in 2015 he led the team to the semi-finals of the NCAA Division III Basketball Championships. He is the youngest head coach in the history of the team and was named the 2014–15 Maine Coach of the Year by the Maine Men's Basketball Coaches and Writers Association.[17]

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2015 Charlie Ryan Classic Championship Hosted in Waterville, Maine. Won [18]
2015 Naismith Classic Championship Hosted in Springfield, Massachusetts. Won [18]
2014 Babson Invitational Hosted on the Babson College Campus Won [19]
2014 Salem State Holiday Classic Championship Hosted in Salem, Massachusetts. Won [20]
2012 Chuck Resler Tournament Championship Hosted in Rochester, Massachusetts. Won [21]

Men's baseball

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2015 RussMatt Invitational Second game, win over Babson College hosted at Leahey Baseball Pitch in Lewiston, Maine Won [22]

Men's golf

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2015 CBB Tournament At the Martindale C.C. in Auburn, Maine, first out of 3 DIII schools Won [23]
2014 Maine State Championship At the Bangor Municipal G.C. in Bangor, Maine Won [24]
2014 CBB Tournament At the Waterville G.C. in Waterville, Maine, first out of 3 DIII schools Won [24]
2012 Sid Farr Invitational At the Waterville G.C. in Waterville, Maine. Score: 5 - 5 Won [25]

Men's lacrosse

The men's lacrosse team is led by head coach, Peter Lasagna, who has been head for the past 16 seasons. In 2015, Lasagna won his third NESCAC Coach of the Year and has led the Bobcats to five appearances in the NESCAC Championship.[26] In 2015, the team reported 156 points scored, ranking them 6th in-conference, and 5th overall.[27]

Men's rowing

The Men's Rowing team is headed by Peter Steenstra, who was awarded the 2015 Division III Coach of the Year Award by the College Rowing Coaches Association, after also receiving Men's and Women's Coach of the Year honors from both the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC).[28] Alumni, Andrew Byrnes (class of 2005), won the Olympic Gold Medal while rowing for the Canadian National Team, in 2008 in the Beijing Olympics.

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2016 President's Cup Regatta Final: 1st out of 3, in Green, Maine Won [29]
2015 ECAC/NIRC Regatta Final: 10 - 6 Won [30]
2015 President's Cup Regatta Final: 8 - 6 Won [31]
2015 ECAC National Invitational Rowing Championship Lead the athletic conference. Won [32]
2015 Bates' Invitational Final: 12 - 1 Won [33]
2015 NESCAC Men's Rowing Championship First top ten breakthrough Won [34]
2014 CBB Chase Regatta Final: 7 - 2 Won [35]
2013 New England Rowing Championship In Worcester, Massachusetts Won [36]
2011 CBB Chase Regatta Final: 1/2 Won [37]
2011 Quinsigamond Regatta Placed 3rd out of 24 boats Won [37]
2011 President's Cup Regatta The college's first President's Cup Regatta win Won [38]
2010 Quinsigamond Regatta The first placing at the Quinsigamond Regatta, and first appearance. Won [38]
2010 CBB Chase Regatta Final: 1/2 Won [38]

Men's tennis

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2009 NCAA Division III Tennis Doubles Championship Hosted in Claremont, CA. The men's team also made it to the finals for singles tennis in 2009. Won [39]
1988 NESCAC Men's Tennis Championship The first and most recent conference win for tennis. Won [40]

Men's rugby

Year Competition Record Result Cite
1997 National Rugby Championship The team has made it to regionals or nationals all but one year. Won [41]

Men's nordic skiing

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2008 NCAA Division I Skiing Championship The college's Nordic Skiing team sent students that were was the highest ranked skiers in the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association 4th [42]

Men's cross country

Year Competition Record Result Cite
1989 NESCAC Men's Cross Country Championship The conclusion of the streak starting from 1983, was the record streak until William's 00' streak. The fifth consecutive win of any NESCAC college. Won [43]
1986 NESCAC Men's Cross Country Championship The fourth consecutive win of any NESCAC college. Won [43]
1985 NESCAC Men's Cross Country Championship The third consecutive win of any NESCAC college. Won [43]
1984 NESCAC Men's Cross Country Championship The second consecutive win of any NESCAC college. Won [43]
1983 NESCAC Men's Cross Country Championship The first overall NESCAC win for men's cross-country. Won [43]

Men's track & field

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2016 Maine State Men's Outdoor Championship This is the first 7 time back-to-back consecutive win of any college in this competition. Won [44]
2016 Bates' Invitational 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [45]
2015 Maine State Men's Outdoor Championship 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [45]
2015 Bates' Invitational 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [45]
2015 Maine State Meet 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [46]
2015 New England Division III Outdoor Championship 2nd out of 29 Division III schools. 2nd Place [45]
2015 New England Division III Indoor Championship 2nd out of 26 Division III schools. 2nd Place [45]
2014 Maine State Men's Outdoor Championship 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [44]
2014 Maine State Men's Indoor Championship 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [47]
2013 Maine State Men's Outdoor Championship 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [44]
2013 Tufts Invitational 1st out of 10 Division III schools. Won [48]
2013 Maine State Championship 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [49]
2013 New England Division III Indoor Championship 2nd out of 26 Division III schools. 2nd Place [49]
2013 New England Division III Outdoor Championship 2nd out of 26 Division III schools. 2nd Place [49]
2013 ECAC Division III Outdoor Championship 1st out of 59 Division III schools. Won [49]
2012 USM Invitational 1st out of 8 Division III schools. Won [50]
2012 New England Division III Outdoor Championship 1st out of 26 Division III schools. Won [51]
2012 Maine State Men's Outdoor Championship 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [44]
2012 NESCAC Men's Track & Field Championship The 12 years that transpired between the college's first win is the longest time a college has won a title, after its first win, in the NESCAC. Won [52]
2012 ECAC Division III Indoor Championship 1st out of 62 Division III schools. Won [53]
2012 ECAC Division III Outdoor Championship 1st out of 59 Division III schools. Won [54]
2011 Maine State Men's Indoor Championship 1st out of 4 Division III schools. Won [55]
2011 Maine State Men's Outdoor Championship 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [44]
2011 USM Invitational 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [56]
2011 Bates Invitational 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [56]
2011 Colby Invitational 1st out of 5 Division III schools. Won [56]
2011 NESCAC Men's Track & Field Championship 2nd out of 11 Division III schools in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. 2nd Place [56]
2011 ECAC Division III Outdoor Championship 1st out of 59 Division III schools. Won [56]
2010 Maine State Men's Outdoor Championship This was the highest scoring championship game in its history (300-2 aggr. score.) Won [44]
2010 USM Invitational 1st out of 6 Division III schools. Won [57]
2000 NESCAC Men's Track & Field Championship The college's first NESCAC title for track& field. Won [52]

Men's squash

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2016 NESCAC Men's Squash Championship The competition has been won by Trinity College for every year it has been in the athletic conference, competing against Williams College for first spot. In 2016, breaking the pattern, Bates defeated Williams and secured the second place after a loss to Trinity. 2nd Place [58]
2015 National Squash Championship The winning student being the first in the history of the athletic conference, to be named the All American all four years he played for the college. Won [59]
2015 DIII Men's Individual Squash Championship The first national squash title for the college. Won [60]
2015 Boston Round Robin vs. Stanford University held at Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Score: 9 - 0; vs. Wesleyan University, Score: 9 - 0 Won [61]
2015 Pioneer Valley Invitational vs. Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts. Score: 8 - 1 Won [61]
2014 CSA Individual Squash Championship vs. Columbia University, at Princeton University, in Princeton, New Jersey. Score: 3 - 2 Won [62]
2013 CSA Team Squash Championship vs. Williams College, at Northeastern University, in Boston, Massachusetts. Score: 6 - 3 Won [63]
2012 Boston Round Robin vs. Wesleyan University, at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Boston, Massachusetts. Score: 5 - 4 Won [64]
2011 CSA Team Squash Championship vs. Brown University, at Princeton University, in Princeton, New Jersey. Score: 7 - 2 Won [65]

Women's sports

Women's rowing

The Women's Rowing team is headed by Peter Steenstra, who was awarded the 2015 Division III Coach of the Year Award by the College Rowing Coaches Association, after also receiving Men's and Women's Coach of the Year honors from both the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC).[28] The women's rowing team is the first rowing team to sweep every major rowing competition in its athletic conference in the history of Division III athletics, a feat completed in 2015. According to U.S. Rowing, the Women's Rowing Team is ranked 1st in the New England Small College Athletic Conference, and 1st overall in NCAA Division III Rowing, as of 2016.[66]

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2016 ECAC National Invitational Rowing Championship Placed 2nd out of 21 boats 2nd Place -
2016 President's Cup Regatta Final: 1st out of 3, in Green, Maine Won [29]
2015 NCAA Division III Women's Rowing Championship At the Sacramento State Aquatic Center. Won [67]
2015 NESCAC Women's Rowing Championship This is the first consecutive win of the championship. Won [34]
2015 New England Rowing Championship Final: 7 - 1 Won [68]
2015 ECAC National Invitational Rowing Championship Lead the athletic conference. Won [32]
2015 President's Cup Regatta Final: 11 - 1 Won [68]
2015 Head of the Charles Regatta 1st out of 30 teams Won [68]
2015 Bates' Invitational Final: 12 - 1 Won [68]
2014 NESCAC Women's Rowing Championship The college's first rowing championship. Won [69]
2014 Head of the Charles Regatta 1st out of 30 teams Won [70]
2014 CBB Chase Regatta Final: 8 - 0 Won [35]
2014 New England Rowing Championship Placed 2nd out of 28 boats 2nd Place [35]
2014 NCAA Division III Women's Rowing Championship Indianapolis, Indiana at Eagle Creek Park Won [35]
2013 NCAA Division III Women's Rowing Championship Placed 2nd out of 28 boats 2nd Place [71]
2012 NCAA Division III Women's Rowing Championship Placed 2nd out of 6 boats 2nd Place [72]
2011 CBB Chase Regatta Final: 1/2 Won [37]
2011 Head of the Charles Regatta Placed 2nd out of 29 boats 2nd Place [37]
2011 Quinsigamond Regatta Placed 1st out of 39 boats Won [37]
2011 NCAA Division III Women's Rowing Championship Placed 2nd out of 6 boats 2nd Place [38]
2011 President's Cup Regatta The college's first President's Cup Regatta win Won [38]
2010 CBB Chase Regatta Final: 1/2 Won [38]
2010 Quinsigamond Regatta The college's first Quinsigamond Regatta win Won [38]

Women's track & field

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2016 Bates' Invitational 1st out of 4 Division III schools. Won [73]
2016 Maine State Meet 1st out of 6 Division III schools, at Bowdoin College, in Brunswick, Maine. Won [73]
2015 Bates' Invitational 1st out of 6 Division III schools. Won [73]
2015 USM Invitational 2nd out of 10 Division III schools. 2nd Place [73]
2015 Aloha Relays 2nd out of 8 Division III schools, at Bowdoin College, in Brunswick, Maine. 2nd Place [73]
2015 Maine State Meet 1st out of 6 Division III schools, at Bates College, in Lewiston, Maine. Won [74]
2014 Bates' Invitational 1st out of 6 Division III schools. Won [75]
2014 USM Invitational 2nd out of 11 Division III schools. 2nd Place [75]
2015 Snowflake Classic 2nd out of 24 DIII schools, at Tufts University, in Medford, Massachusetts. 2nd Place [76]
2014 Maine State Indoor Championship 1st out of 6 Division III schools. Won [75]
2013 Bates' Invitational 1st out of 6 Division III schools. Won [77]
2013 Maine State Championship 2nd out of 6 DIII schools, at Bowdoin College, in Brunswick, Maine. 2nd Place [78]
2013 Aloha Relays 2nd out of 7 Division III schools, at Bowdoin College, in Brunswick, Maine. 2nd Place [78]
2013 Fitchburg State Meet 1st out of 11 Division III schools, in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Won [78]
2012 Colby Invitational 2nd out of 5 Division III schools. 2nd Place [79]
2012 Maine State Indoor Championship 2nd out of 6 Division III schools. 2nd Place [79]
2011 Colby Invitational 2nd out of 5 Division III schools. 2nd Place [80]
2010 USM Invitational 1st out of 6 Division III schools. Won [81]

Women's squash

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2016 Walker Cup vs. Amherst College, in New Haven, Connecticut. Score: 5 - 4 Won [82]
2015 Boston Round Robin vs. Wesleyan University, at Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Score: 6 - 3 Won [83]

Women's soccer

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2005 NESCAC Women's Soccer Championship 4-2 win over Tufts with 2 uses of OT Won [84]

Women's basketball

The 2004 women's basketball team was ranked first in the United States for most of February 2005 and finished the year ranked number six by the USA Today/ESPN Today 25 National Coaches' Poll.[85] The women's basketball team earned the top seed in the NESCAC in 2005, and competed in the finals with Bowdoin for three consecutive years until 2008.[86]

Women's cross country

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2014 Bowdoin Invitational At Bowdoin College, in Brunswick, Maine, 1st out of 7 Won [87]
2013 Roy Griak Invitational 2nd out of 29 Division III schools, in St. Paul, Minnesota. 2nd Place [88]
2013 Maine State Championship 1st out of 10 Division III schools, in Waterville, Maine. Won [88]
2012 RPI Invitational 1st out of 12 Division III schools, in Troy, New York. Won [89]
2012 Maine State Championship 1st out of 10 Division III schools, at the Narragansett School in Gotham, Maine Won [89]
2010 Codfish Bowl 1st out of 21 Division III schools, in Franklin Park, Boston Won [90]

Club sports

Volleyball

Year Competition Record Result Cite
1993 NESCAC Volleyball Championship The winning streak is tied with Williams College for four consecutive wins. Won [91]
1992 NESCAC Volleyball Championship Won [91]
1991 NESCAC Volleyball Championship Won [91]
1990 NESCAC Volleyball Championship The first overall NESCAC win for volleyball. Won [91]

Ice hockey

As of 2016, the men's club ice hockey team is ranked #5 in the Northeast, and #25 overall in the NESCHA rankings.[92]

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2009 NESCAC Club Ice Hockey Championship The win marks the fourth consecutive win of the championship. Won [93]
2009 NECHA Cup The second win of the cup for the college. Won [93]
2008 NESCAC Club Ice Hockey Championship The win marks the third consecutive win of the championship. Won [93]
2008 NECHA Cup The first win of the cup by the college. Won [93]
2007 NESCAC Club Ice Hockey Championship The win marks the second consecutive win of the championship. Won [93]
2006 NESCAC Club Ice Hockey Championship The first time the college has ever won an ice hockey championship. Won [93]

Sailing team

The entrance placard of the Bates College Sailing Club's boathouse, 2016.
The entrance placard of the Bates College Sailing Club's boathouse, 2016.

The college's sailing team is based at the Taylor Pond Yacht Club, in Auburn, Maine, sanctioned by the New England Intercollegiate Sailing Association, and competes internationally, with main competitors being Bowdoin, Tufts, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.[94]

Year Competition Record Result Cite
2004 NCAA National Sailing Championship Second to Hamilton College 2nd Place [95]
2003 NCAA National Sailing Championship Second to Bowdoin College 2nd Place [95]
2002 NCAA National Sailing Championship Second to Amherst College 2nd Place [95]
2001 NCAA National Sailing Championship Second to Williams College 2nd Place [95]
2000 NCAA National Sailing Championship Second to Amherst College 2nd Place [95]

Colby-Bates-Bowdoin Consortium

Olympians

As of 2018, the college has graduated a total of 12 Olympians, one of whom won the Olympic Gold Medal rowing for Canada.[96]

Years Competition Record Nation Cite
2018 – present Dinos Lefkaritis N/A  Cyprus [96]
2014 – present Emily Bamford Quarterfinals  Australia [96]
2012 – present Andrew Byrnes Gold  Canada [96]
2010 – present Hayley Johnson Quarterfinals  United States [96]
2006 –present Justin Freeman Quarterfinals  United States [96]
2000 – 2005 Mike Ferry Quarterfinals  United States [96]
1988 – 1995 Nancy Fiddler Quarterfinals  United States [96]
1926 – 1933 Arnold Adams Quarterfinals  United States [96]
1932 – 1939 Art Sager N/A  United States [96]
1924 – 1920 Ray Buker Quarterfinals  United States [96]
1912 – 1920 Harlan Holden Quarterfinals  Sweden [96]
1912 – 1920 Vaughn Blanchard Quarterfinals  United States [96]

Athletic facilities

Athletics facility Capacity Sport Year Notes Cite
Alumni Gymnasium 1,200 Basketball, Volleyball 1928 The Alumni Gymnasium is 34,000 square feet. [97]
Merrill Gymnasium N/A Track & Field 1980 The field house has a 200-meter track which encloses four tennis and volleyball courts. [98]
Russell Street Track & Field N/A Track & Field, Soccer 2001 The track has an eight-lane European bi-radial track with a 10-lane straightaway. [99]
Bates Squash Center N/A Squash 2004 The center features five international-sized courts. [100]
Wallach Tennis Center 500 Tennis 2000 The center is used for men's and women's tennis. [101]
Campus Avenue Field N/A Field Hockey, Lacrosse 2000 The Campus Avenue has internal lighting structures allowing play day or night. [102]
Garcelon Field 3,000 Soccer, Football 2010 The field was originally constructed in 1899, and is one of the oldest football pitches in the United States; it had a major renovation in 2010. [103]
Clifton Daggett Gray Athletic Building N/A Multi-purpose 1927 Informally known as the "Gray Cage", the building is the second largest athletic facility on campus, which has a batting cage and room for a full infield baseball practice. [104]
Davis Fitness Center N/A Fitness 1926 Full service weight room located beneath UnderhiIll Ice Arena. [105]
Leahey Baseball Pitch N/A Baseball 2003 Outdoor baseball field. [106]
Lafayette Street Pitch N/A Softball 2001 Outdoor softball field. [107]
Underhill Arena Ice Rink N/A Ice Hockey 1995 The ice rink features "a 200-by-85-foot ice surface." [108]
Rowing Boathouse N/A Rowing 1988 Houses women's and men's rowing teams. [109]
Tarbell Pool 300 Swimming & Diving 1980 The pool features "eight lanes and an underwater window, and can be configured into 25-meter or 25-yard lane lengths." [110]
Sailing Boathouse N/A Sailing 2003 The boat houses the college's 13 Dinghy fleet. [95]

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